Q: Where are the 02 sensors located on a 93 Nissan pickup

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Where are the 02 sensors located on a 93 Nissan pickup

Hi There, You should have two oxygen sensors on your truck. There should be one that is angled into the bottom side of the exhaust manifold and another shortly after the catalytic converter. If you need additional help with this, please reach out to us here at Your Mechanic as we are always here to help.

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